A smart egg inventory management system isn't the worst idea, but Quirky's Egg Minder's approach lacks the sophistication to make this a worthwhile purchase.
President Reggie Fils-Aime breaks from his usual no-mobile shtick and shares with CNET how Nintendo uses smartphones and tablets to build buzz.
Two companies face fines of nearly $5 million for allegedly making millions of artificial voice messages without consumers' prior consent.
It's not that Apple never stumbled under Steve Jobs' control, but with added scrutiny on the company, a few notable missteps make us wonder how the company will fare without him.
The Middle Eastern country changes its laws to dictate that anyone who insults or mocks government authorities on the Web may face jail time.
Recent comments from Intel about Windows 8 underscore the tension between the chip giant and longtime partner Microsoft.
Canonical announces Ubuntu for the Nexus line of tablets, promising a smoother, more seamless interface compared with what's currently available.
Shares in the social network soar more than 4.5 percent, reaching levels last seen in the summertime. Yesterday, the company sent out a mysterious press invitation for an event at its HQ.
President Obama tells federal agencies to get a move on to keep pace with a citizenry that more and more gets things done via smartphone.
Attorney General Kamala Harris is notifying mobile-app developers and companies that they must get in line with California law and post privacy notices for users or else face steep fines.